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Schools Of Excellence In Gujarati PDF

Schools Of Excellence In Gujarati PDF

School Excellence Programme is an endeavor to provide world class School Education

across all districts, blocks and clusters of the State by transforming schools into: • Residential Schools of Excellence: Setting up total of 350 Residential Schools for Grades 6-12 @ minimum of 1 in every taluka. This will be achieved through upgradation of existing schools. • Emerging Schools of Excellence - Transforming existing 6,000 Primary Government Schools @ minimum of 1 in every cluster. Priority will be given to schools having >300 Students. 


Aspirational Schools of Excellence - Transforming existing 9000 Primary Government Schools with >150 Students and 5000 Secondary & Higher Secondary Government and Grant-in-Aid Schools.95% of Government Secondary & Higher Secondary Students study in 1000 Government Schools (82% of total schools) having more than 30 Students enrollment. 95% of Grant-in-aid Secondary & Higher Secondary Students study in 4000 Grant-in-aid Schools (77% of total schools) having more than 90 Students enrollment 16.88 Lac Students - 95% of total Secondary & Higher Secondary Students will benefit from Digital Transformation through Aspiring Schools of Excellence.Performance based criteria for prioritizing works in schools selected as Emerging Schools of Excellence and Aspiring Schools of Excellence. 


The above criteria would involve achievement of pre-determined quantified academic targets like achievement of Foundational Learning by end of Grade 2 and subsequent Grade Appropriate Learning Outcome targets. • The non academic criteria would include pro active involvement of School Management Committee (SMC) and all local stakeholders. • The framework would encourage mobilization of resources from these local stakeholders also.Outputs 20% increase in enrollment Provide an environment or experience that would attract meritorious students and families from other nearby areas and lead to further consolidation of smaller size schools in the State . 


Schools of Excellence Detail 

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Progressive Improvement of Schools Each school is progressing towards higher grades in each cycle of School Accreditation. . Achievement of Learning Outcomes 80% students achieving grade appropriate learning outcomes. . Improvement in National Achievement Survey ScorePotential SoE list based on the following criteria • Enrollments • Teachers availability • Average marks in Sem I • Student attendance • School accreditation score • Infra - classrooms, Gyankunj, comp. lab etc.  Verification and recommendation by Districts Districts to undertake on-ground feasibility based on the following criteria: • Quality of current infra and resources • Availability of land for infra expansion • Proximity with Anganwadis, Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools • Community engagement and access 3 Final Shortlisting and Selection 


District to send their recommendations / preferences based on on-ground feasibility • CCC to compile the final list of shortlisted SoEs and announceSoE mentors are proposed to be District SPoC for the program • Mentors would be at BRC or above level and would Undertake the SoE program as additional responsibility • Mentors would be working directly with SoEs and will have the following key responsibilities: • Coordination with CCC, District officials and SoEs • Ensure availability of relevant resources to SoEs • Provide both academic and administrative support to SoEs Ensure all compliances for SoEs • Facilitate strategic partnerships for SoEs to mobilize additional technical / monetary support for the SoEs at local level 


Regular monitoring and reporting to relevant authorities • Using school and comparative data to help schools set achievable targets for student attainment, teaching and learning, leadership and management, resource planning, and professional development • Support HTs in developing School Improvement Plans for their schools, based on assessment analysis as well as their own professional judgments

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